From our Customers

I have received my package safe and sound. They are gorgeous they look like rawhide with the varnish. Thanks for such an amazing product. Now I need more snow I guess I could venture 50 miles north into the Adirondack mountains. 
Mr. Wilcox,
I just wanted to send you a note of thanks for your fantastic service and beautiful product. I am glad to finally be in your shoes, look forward to putting them through their paces. I don’t see many people, but those I do see will hear about you.
Keep up the good work.
Thanks much,
I hope all is well. I picked up our second pair of Ojibwas at the Post Office today and they arrived in great shape. I also noticed no shipping charge and so I wanted to thank you right away for your great customer care and your generosity and patience. You did not have to cover shipping costs and yet you did. I will happily purchase from you folks again and encourage others to do the same. Thank you again so very much!
Take good care and all the best,


MibSAR KIT: Team MibSAR would like to thank one of its long-time corporate partners — Country Ways of Minneapolis, Minnesota — for its continued support of our efforts to reunite the missing with their loved ones! Thanks for the assistance in acquiring two more pair of your high-float 12”-by-60” Alaskan snowshoes! Your Alaskan and Cree shoes have become indispensable on our remote, long-range, dead-of-winter SAR operations in the Great Lakes region as well as up along the Arctic Ocean. Thank You! Check out Country Ways' handmade-in-the-USA product line at or follow them on Facebook at

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Country Ways team:

I thought I’d share some photos of my finished Huron snowshoe kit.  I’m sure you see hundreds of these photos, so they may not be anything new for you.  But, for the first time tackling a snowshoe project, I believe they came out functional and rather nice.  And if they don’t work out,.. well, they will look nice on the wall.  After I give them a month or so of curing time, I’ll get to try them out in Rocky Mountain National Park in January.

Best Regards,


PS – I made the little silhouette black appliques using a digital cutting machine and black vinyl adhesive-backed material.

 Finished lacing YEA!